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Mill Road Elementary School third graders recently held a chalk walk to celebrate the completion of a reading challenge that began in March. Using bright, vibrant colors, the students from Tina Tuell’s class illustrated the children’s book - The Trouble with Chickens - on large sheets of paper in the hallway.
Students from Bainbridge and Mill Road Elementary Schools had nearly 200 pieces of artwork featured in Elizabethtown’s 1st Annual Art Walk held May 8. The work was on display at the Art Press Building.
Mill Road Elementary School will soon have a “Buddy Bench” on its playground as a result of a successful school-wide recycling project. The “Buddy Bench” is for students wishing to find a friend to play with while on the playground.
Performing to the delight and amazement of students from Rheems Elementary School and Mill Road Elementary School, the Dialed Action Sports Team thrilled the students by flying through the air in a gravity-defying, acrobatic BMX stunt show. The assembly featured nearly 45 minutes of tricks intertwined with a positive message of anti-bullying and bike safety.
Students from Bainbridge and Mill Road Elementary Schools held a “Souper” Bowl food collection to benefit the local food bank. The food drives were timed to coincide with the NFL’s Super Bowl and helped to restock the shelves of the local food pantry after the holiday season.
Over 100 coats and blankets were collected as part of Mill Road Elementary School’s first annual coat and blanket drive. Held the last week before winter break, the initiative was organized by the school’s PTO.
To the delight of their families and friends, first graders from Mill Road Elementary School transformed into a popular holiday treat at the school’s annual Gingerbread Play.
First graders at Mill Road Elementary recently got a glimpse of what life was like for Native Americans as part of a special program hosted by the Hershey Gardens.